Katie Sherry from Hastings Pier Charity talks about how to develop your brief for your website and also the finished product.
Chris Catterall, the Enterprise Director at The Reader organisation presents to us a case study of a regenerated building in images. The building The Reader Organisation now operates as a community based business.
BRICK Programme Director Laura Norris gives a brief introduction to explain ‘what is procurement’.
The Prince’s Regeneration Trust’s Director Rosie Fraser presents on how to ‘understand operational requirements’. Rosie also presents information on governance.
Rosie Fraser from The Prince’s Regeneration Trust introduces the BRICK Education programme and explains the support available to those working on built heritage projects. Topics: Princes Regeneration Trust, BRICK, Heritage, support
Michael Cashman from Far Post Design talks about what is digital interpretation, and how can it be used in the heritage environment.
Oliver Mochizuki is the co-founder of ‘fundsurfer’. In this presentation he talks about how to crowdfund and the best techniques to use to fund raise for your project.
Anne – Marie works as a Learning And Outreach Officer for the Montagu Monuments. Anne- Marie’s role is to encourage the local community to engage with the monuments. In this presentation Anne- Marie speaks about how to recruit volunteers for your project.
Claire Mykura from the Prince’s Regeneration Trust presents an introduction to social media and what the first steps are. Claire talks about the main sources of social media, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn.
Ed Whitelaw from the Real Ideas Organisation explains how to grow your organisational confidence through project delivery using the regeneration of Plymouth as an example.